Dozens of jailhouse letters convicted killer Dellen Millard wrote to a girlfriend who was on his court-ordered no-contact list became crucial evidence at his first-degree murder trial, which ended Saturday with a guilty verdict.
When 2017 dawned, Finance Minister Bill Morneau was presiding over the early stages of an economic resurgence that would lift growth beyond expectations, create jobs at an impressive clip and help shave billions off his projected budgetary deficits.
During marriage prep courses at their Roman Catholic church, Andrew and Jill Scheer picked up two tips they say have sustained their 14 year partnership: Learn to move past old fights and make it easy to say sorry.
Supporters of an Inuk activist from Labrador suffering from acute liver failure say her condition has improved slightly, but the battle to overturn a six-month sobriety requirement for a spot on a transplant waiting list isn't over.
The family of billionaire pharmaceutical giant Barry Sherman and his wife Honey broke their silence Saturday afternoon, urging the media to “refrain from further reporting” about rumours surrounding the couple’s suspicious death.
The grieving parents of a young Toronto woman who disappeared five years ago said a guilty verdict of first-degree murder Saturday for two men accused of killing their daughter brought justice but little joy.
Best friends, soulmates, fiancees and boyfriends: that's how friends and family are remembering some of the four Ontario utility workers who were killed in a helicopter crash in eastern Ontario on Thursday.